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Ta.\es


:.034.400






2.034.400


Accounts


477^5 1


491.518




968.769


Special Assessment";




1577.232




1.977.232


Intergovernmental


143.061




500.000


643.061


Intcrt'und Recei%able


64.672


3X525




97.197


Welfare Liens


252.659






252.659


Wellare Liens Reserved Until Collected


(252.659)






(252.659)


Container Deposits


250


1.080




U30


Prepaid Items


122.684
S20.777.933


350
S4.568.968




123.034


Total As-set^


S2.113.156


S27.460.058


Liabilities and Fund Balances










Liabilities










.Accounts Payable


S2.36.013


S69.493


$15,251


S320.758


.Accrued PavToll and Benefits


313.891


26.439




34aj30


Contracts Pavablc




21,178




21.178


Intereovenimental Payables


12.034.475






12.034,475


Intcrfund Pavables


32.525


165.099


102


197.727


Deferred RcM.-nues


41156


2.002.782


967.827


3.012.765


Total Liabilities


12.659.060


2J84.992


983.181


15.927.232


Fund Balances










Reserved for Conlingcnc\-


200.000






200.000


Reserved for Encumbrances


1.025.077


57.177


201.816


1,284,071


Reserved for Special Purposes






928.160


928,160


Unresened










Designated for Special Purposes




2.226.799




2.226.799


I'ndesignatcd


6.893.796
8 118.874






6.893.796


Total Fund Balances


2.2K.V976


1.129.976


11.532.826


Total Liabilities and Fund










Balances


S20.777.933


S4. 568.968


S2.113.156


S27.460.058



78



SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
COMBINING BALANCE SHEET

December 31. 2001 (unaudited)





Sewer


Water








Fund


Fund


All Others
5303,954


Total


Cash and Equivalents


Sl.174.978


S587.332


S2.066.263


Receivables fNet of Allowances)










Accounts


127.781


184,561


179,176


491.518


Special Assessments


1.846.420


130.812




1.977.232


Intertund Receivable






32.525


32.525


Container Deposits




1.080




1.080


Prepaid Items




350
$904,134




350


Total Assets


S3. 149. 179


S5 15.655


S4.568.968



Accounts Payable


S5.321


S64.172


SO


S69.493


Accrued Pavroll and Benefits


2.830


9,532


14.077


26.439


Contracts Payable




21.178




21.178


Interfiind Payable






165.099


165.099


Deferred Revenues


1.836.391


133.866


32.525


2.002.782


Total Liabilities


1.844.542


228.749


211.701


2.284.992


Reser\'ed for Encumbrances


18.469


38.515


193


57,177


Unreserved










Designated for Special Purposes


1.286.167


636.871


303.761


2.226.799


Total Fund Balances


1.304.637


675.386


303.954


2.283.976


Total Liabilities and Fund










Balances


S3.149.179


S904.134


S515.655


S4.568.968



79



CAPITAL PROJECTS FVND
COMBINING BALANCE SHEET

December 31. 2001 (unaudited)





Water






Project


Flood Hazard




TrealmenI


Water


Canobie


Impact


Miligalion




Plant


Tower


Water ^ewer


Grant


Grant


.\ssels










Cash and Equivalents


S106.M3


SI 2.324


S40.115


SI 5.995


S204.329


Intcrgovemmenlal Receivable












Total Assets


SI 06. 143


si:.3:4


S40. 1 1 5


S15.995


S204.329


Liabilities and Fund Balances












Liabilities












Accounts Pavable


SO


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SO


SI 5.251


SO


Inlerftind Pa\ able












Deferred Revenue










119.854


Total Liabilities











15.251


119.854


Fund Balances






Reserved for Encumbrances








7J27


1.142


Reserved for Special Purposes


106.N3
106. 1 -43


12.324
12.324


40.115


(6.583)

744


83.333


Total Fund Balances


40.115


84.475


Total Liabilities and Fund












Balances


SI 06. 143


312,324


S40.115


SI 5.995


S204.329



CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND
CX>MBIMNG BALANCE SHEET

December 31. 2001 (unaudited)



Senior
Center


Flood
Mitigation

$94,950


CDBG-HLT)
Disaster
Recovery

SO


Blake Rd
Project

$0
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S500.000


PelhamRd
Project

S566.689


Stiles Rd
Project

$493,050


Unappropriated
Income


Total


S55.249


$24,313


$1,613,156
500.000


S55.249


S94.950


SO


S566.689


$493,050


$24,313


$2,113,156



SO


SO
102


$0

243.956
243.956


$0

554.529
554,529


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$15,251

102

967.827





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983.181


94.950




86,237


12.160






201.816




n02)
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169.806
256.044




493.050
493.050


24J13
24.313


928.160


94.950


12.160


1.129.976


$94,950


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$500,000


S566.689


$493,050


$24,313


$2,113,156






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83



GENERAL FUND
STATEMENT OF ESTIMATED AND ACTUAL REVENUES

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 2001 (ui\audited)



Estimated



Actual



Over
(Under^
Budget



Taxes

Propert>-


S44^48,7%


$44,380,876


$132,080


Land Use Change


40,800


86,325


45.525


Resident


212.420


209.640


(2,780)


Yield


2,005


2.005




Excavation Activity


1,500


2.065


565


Pa\-roent in Lieu of Taxes


27,000


36,838


9,838


Boat


10,793


11,913


1,120


Interest and Penalties on Ta.xes


190.411


222,578


32.167


Total Taxes


44.73.1,725


44.952239


218,514


Licenses and Permits








Business Licenses, Permits and Fees


184,760 -


190,285


5,525


Motor Vehicle Permit Fees


3.820.000


4,552.730


732,730


Duildmg Permits


200,364


237,333


36,969


Other Licenses, Permits and Fees


119.135


136.656


17.521


Total Licenses and Permits


4.324.259


5,1I7.(KM


792,745


Inlertiovemmental Revenues - State






Shared Revenue


371,516


371,516




Rooms & Meals Tax


732,528


732.528




Highwav Block Grant


464218


464218




Water Pollution Grants


33,793


18,493


(15,300)


Other Reimbursements


8,860


9,122


262


Other Governments


205.625


520.347


314,722


Total Intergovernmental Revenue:


1.816.540


2.116224


299,684


Charges for Services








Income from Departments


874.810


1.003.126


128.316


Miscellaneous Revenues








Sale of Mumcipal Property


18,000


73,307


55,307


Interest on Investments


318,000


373,202


55,202


Rent of Property


362.288


380,517


18.229


Fines and Forfeits


10.000


14,107


4,107


Insurance Dividends and Reimbursement;


117.432


118.527


1.095


Other


20.100
845.820


24.391


4291


Total Miscellaneous Revenues


984.050


138230


Other Fmandns Sources








Operatmg Transfers In - Interftmd Transfers






Special Revenue Funds


168,377


179,795


11,418


Total Revenues and Other Fmancmg Sources


52,763,531


$54,352,438


$1,588,907


Unreserved Fund Balance Used


1.200,000






Total Revenues. Other Financina Sources and








Use of Fund Balance


$53,963,531







84



GENERAL FUND
STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN UNRESERVED - UNDESIGNATED FUND BALANCE

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 2001 (unaudited)



Unreserved - Undesignated Fund Balance - January 1



5,137,231



Deductions

Unreserved Fund Balance Used to
Reduce 2001 Tax Rate



(1,200,000)



Total Deductions



(1,200,000)



Additions



2001 Budget Summary

Revenue Surplus 1,588,907

Unexpended Balance of Appropriations 367,658



Total Additions



1,956,565



Unreserved - Undesignated Fund Balance - December 31



$6,893,796



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FIXED ASSET GROUP OF ACCOUNTS

December 31, 2001 (unaudited)



Land and Improvements

Buildings

Machinery.', Vehicles, and Equipment

Construction in Progress

ImproN'ements other than buildings

Tax Deeded Property



TOTAL $17,585,558 $17,846,579



Beginning


End of


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Year


$0


$0


5,162,810


5.342,810


7,730,938


7,811,959








4,691,810


4,691,810









B.4NK BALANCES BY FUND B^ .ACCOUNT

December 3 1,2001 (unaudited)





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End of




ofYrar


Receipt's


Expenditures


Year


Citizens Bank - Operating






General Fund


$17,291,479


$55,247,097


$54,686,813


$17,851,763


Sewer Fund


1.350.069


1.944.117


2.119,209


1.174.978


Water Fund


689.839


2.632.155


2.734.663


587.331


Outside Detail-Police


(128.269)


582.799


616.634


(162.104)


Dare Fund


5.997


8.429


10.911


3.515


Outside Detail-Fire


(2J266)


15.751


16,481


(2.996)


CIS Fund


2.747


2.226




4,973


Senior Center Fund


5.235


50.014




55.249


IVoject impact Fund


(88.643)


179.717


75.079


15.995


CDBG Flood Mitigation


(6.508)


442.060


518.757


(83.205)


Hazard Mitigation


120.377


619




120.996


Flood Mitigation


29.510
19.269.567


65.440
61,170.424




94.950


Total


60.778.546


19.661.445



General Fund:



Fleet Bank-Ambulance
Capital Projects.



132.013



420,956



470,257



82.712



Citizens Bank

Citizens Bank-SUR

Citizens Bank-Weststate

Citizens Bank-M & E Construction


5O9J240

19,666

1.109

4.947


1.097.468
184

46


633.740


972.968

19,850

1,109

4,993


Forfeiture and Seizure:










Citizens Bank


3,356


13,082


6,450


9,988


Trust:










Citizens Bank-Performance Escrow
Citizens Bank-K. Skiba
Citizens Bank-Samos Bldrs


1.957.124
1.453
3,757


803.014
15
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636,457


2,123,680
1,468
3,797


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Citizens Bk-Conservation Comm.
Citizens Bank - LLEBG


222.610
16.361


57.732
152


493
11.485


279.850
5.028


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S22. 14 1.203


$63,563,113


$62,537,428


S23. 166.887



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91



TOWN TREASURER

In usual times the job of the Treasurer is routine and requires httle by way of report apart from
some important but dry statistics. The year 2001 with its September 1 1 terrorist attack was one of
the most extraordinary years in the histor>' of our RepubHc.

One of the lesser and unforeseen consequences was that the Town earned less revenue on its
overnight deposits (described below) in the last quarter of 2001. After September 11, the Federal
Reserve lowered the discount rate several times resulting in a general drop of interest rates
throughout the economy. At the end of the year the interest rate on Town deposits had declined
to 1 .65% and earned S472,455. By way of comparison, in 2000 interest rates were in the 5%
range and the Town had earned S692.884 on its overnights.

The Finance Department and 1 have been seeking better returns, for example, by investing for
longer time intervals. But because the safety of Town money cannot be compromised, options
are limited. We are still actively trying to impro\ e this situation.

My remaining remarks are included for reference and for new readers to this space. While
essentially all the financial dealings of the Town are handled by the Finance Department, the
Town Treasurer, a part-time elected official, has specific tasks and responsibilities not handled
by it. This is due to both statute and Town practice.

RSA 41 :29 provides in part that: "The town treasurer shall have custody of all moneys belonging
to the town, and shall pay out the same only upon orders of the selectmen . . .'"

The Financial Report section of this Town Report contains a comprehensive listing of town
revenues and expenses. Below 1 provide some general remarks about how the Town actually
manages its cash.

Although the cash amounts in custody vary during the year, these amounts are typically
substantial. In order for the Town to maximize the interest earned on these amounts, they are
"swept" every night and invested in overnight repurchase instruments. The safety of these
investments is guaranteed by being fully collateralized by the bank with U.S. government
securities purchased by the bank in the Town's name.

Traditionally the Town has borrowed in anticipation of receiving taxes in order to meet its
operating expenses throughout the year. This has always been done with the familiar instrument
of tax anticipation notes (TAN's). An analysis of the cash flow for 2001 had shown that cash
flow would be adequate and for that reason there was no tax anticipation note for 2001.

Respectfully submitted.
Town Treasurer



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2001 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING RESULTS




Article 6: Westside Interceptor Sewer

(Amended from $4,000,000 to $3,740,000)
Defeated on official ballot vote on March 13, 2001
Bond- Needs 2/3 Yes - 1 336 no - 978 need - 1 547



$3,740,000
DEFEATED



Article 7: Canobie Lake Sewer & Water Line Extension

(Amended to read "and to authorize the issuance of not
more than $2,238,194 of bonds or notes for the purpose of
extending sewer and water lines" and "and to authorize the
Board of Selectmen to accept any and all State Aid or other
revenue source that may be or may become available")



$2,929,000
DEFEATED



Defeated on official ballot vote on March 13, 2001
Bond Needs 2/3 Yes- 1103 No- 1236



Article 8: Water Line Extension - Blake Road

Amended to replace "and to authorize the issuance of not
more than $533,453" with "and to authorize the issuance
of not more than $389,407" and further to amend after the
portion of the article that reads "the rate of interest theron",
to add the following: "and furthermore to add the sum of
$144,046 to the Roadway Capital Reserve Fund previously
established for the purpose of drainage and road repairs."



$533,453
PASSED



Passed on official ballot vote on March 13, 2001
Bond Needs 2/3 Yes - 1 564 No - 75 1 Need 1 542



Article 9: 2001 Operating Budget

Amended from $24,217,841 to $24,432,027
Amended from $24,432,027 to $24,403,013
Passed on official vote on March 13, 2001



$24,403,013
PASSED



Article 10: Fund Fire Employees Union Contract

Passed on official ballot vote on March 13, 2001



$113,490
PASSED



Article 11: Fund Police Employees Union Contract

Passed on official ballot vote on March 13, 2001



$91,497
PASSED



Article 12: Fund Sea Employees Union Contract

Passed on official ballot vote on March 13, 2001



$39,159
PASSED



Article 13: Fund Public Works Employees Contract

Passed on official ballot vote on March 13, 2001



$38,221
PASSED



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Article 14: 2001 Operating Budget



$24,403,013
TABLED



Article 15: Fund Unaffiliated Employees Compensation Changes



545,265
PASSED



Article 16: Fund Kelley Library Employees Economic Benefits



$17,526
PASSED



Article 17: Winter Weather Management

Amended from S529.536 to 5679,536



5679,536
PASSED



Article 18: Roadway Improvement Program



51,876,800
PASSED



Article 19: Water Tank Painting/Refurbishing

Moved amended from S290.000 to 5436,900



5436,900
PASSED



Article 20: Establish Expendable Trust Fund -
Employment Separation

Amended to add the following language:

"And to authorize the transfer of the December 3 1 . 2000

unreserved fund balance in that amount for this purpose."

Article 21 : Exchange Of Land - Town of Salem and the State
of New Hampshire

Article 22: Landfill Site Management Plan



5190,000
PASSED



PASSED



5300,000
PASSED



Article 23: Fleet Replacement-Fire Department



527,000
PASSED



Article 24: Vehicle & Equipment Replacement - Public Works



533,500
PASSED



Article 25: Software Acquisition



575,000
TABLED



Article 26: Equipment & Software Acquisition - Code Compliance



530,000
PASSED



Article 27: Development of Additional Recreational Fields



5285,000
PASSED



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Article 28: Senior Center Building Fund

Moved amended from $300,000 to $450,000

Article 29: Fixed Communication Equipment - Police Department



Article 30: Master Plan Implementation

Article 31: Establish Expendable Trust Fund - Land Acquisition

Article 32: Establish Expendable Trust Fund -
Land and Heritage Fund

Article 33: Council on Aging - Tax Workoff Program

Article 34: Site Assessment-Police Department

Article 35: Rockingham Area Plan

Article 36: Establish Expendable Trust Fund - Sound Barrier Wall

Article 37: Citizen Road Pavement Petition

Article 38: Citizen Road Pavement Petition



Article 39: Sell Town Owned Property -

Keewaydin Drive-Map 106 Lot 7875

Amended to replace the phrase "with the minimum bid price to
be set at fair market value as determined by the Selectmen with
the advice of the assessor" with the following: "with the
minimum bid price of two hundred eighty thousand dollars
($280,000) and to authorize the board of Selectmen to determine
such other terms and conditions as deemed to be in the best interest
of the Town. This authorization shall continue until the transaction
is completed or a future meeting rescinds this authorization."

Amended to add: "Proceeds from such sale to go into the
Conservation Trust Fund."



$450,000
PASSED

$120,000
PASSED

$25,000
PASSED

$100,000
PASSED

$60,000
PASSED

$16,000
PASSED

$43,000
PASSED

$50,000
DEFEATED

$195,000
DEFEATED

$137,400
TABLED

$36,267
DEFEATED

PASSED



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Amended to add: "if any abutter is the successful bidder
and purchaser of this property they are to combine the lots."

Article 40: Sell Town Owned Propert> DEFEATED

85 Lake Shore Rd-.Map 70, Lot 4480

Amended to replace the word "direct" with the word
"authorize" in the first sentence.

Amended to add: "If land is purchased by an abutter, lots
are to be combined into one contiguous lot."



This is a true copy of the results of the 2001 deliberative session held on march 17, 2001,
and for articles 6-13 the vote on march 13, 2001.

ATTEST:

Barbara m. Lessard
Town clerk



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OhFIClAL BALLOT

ANNUAL TOWN ELECTIOF^J

SALEM, NEW HAMPSHIRE

MARCH 13,2001



INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER

A. To vole, complete the amjvv(s) ^ bS pointing to your ctioice(s), like lliis:

B. Follow directions as to the number of candidates to be marked for each oHice.

C. To vole lor a person whose name is not printed on the ballot, '.•■•i ■ the candidates

name on the line provided and complete the arrow.



FOR SELECTMAN

THREE Years Vote lor ONE

DARREN BERUBE 23o ^

THOMAS D. EDEN 978 ^

JAIVIES E. HOLLAND, JR. 1017 ^

FOR BUDGET COMMIHEE
MEMBER

THREE Years Vote for TWO

HAROLD BERRY 373 ^

JOHN HILL 950 ■♦■

ROBERTA. JOHNSON 1002 ^
BRENDASACK 1116 4»

(Wrte-lii) ^
(Wnltf-lnl ^3

FOR BUDGET COMMITTEE
MEMBER

TWO Years Vote for ONE

STEPHANIE MICKLON



DANIEL J. NOHRIS



1159
1097

(V/nte-ln)



FOR LIBRARY TRUSTEE

THREE Years Vote (or ONE

MARTHA BREEN 1980



FOR TRUSTEE OF THE
TRUST FUNDS

THREE Years Vote for ONE

HARLEY G. FEATHERSTON 1778 ♦■



ARTICLES



ARTICLE #2

Are you In lavor of the adoption of
Amendment No. 1 , as proposed by the
Planning Board to the Town Zoning
Ordinance as follows: (This amendment
would limit the size of day care centers
in the Business-Otlice I District to 35
children.)?



1590 YES ^



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ARTICLE #3

Are you in lavor of the adoption of
Amendment No. 2. as proposed by the
Planning Bo^rd to the Town Zoning
Ordinance as follows: (This aniondnient
vwjuld remove the restriction on the
number ol children allowed in child care
fadlilies in Ihc Commercial-lmJnstiial B
District.)?

10/<2 YES «B

1247 NO ♦«



ARTICLE #4

Arc you in favor of the adoption of


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